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tomorrow night, some of the protesters who were behind that donald trump in chicago will join us. we're going to win, win, win, and we're not stopping. >> tonight, the washington post calls for a brokered convention to try and stop donald trump. newt gingrich is here with reaction. >> there are only two candidates that have any plausible path to getting there. >> and is it a two-man race now for the gop nomination? laura and monica weigh in. then, two filmmakers will expose who the anti-trump left wing agitators are, including bill ayers. all of that, plus rudy giuliani joins us with an analysis of the 2016 race.
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"hannity" starts right here, right now. "the washington post" editorial board is trying to stop donald trump from winning the republican nomination. the editorial board has put out an op-ed with the headline "to defend our democracy against trump, the gop must aim for a brokered convention." donald trump is confident he'll wrap up the nomination before the convention, but issued a warning yesterday. take a look. >> if we're at 1100 and somebody else is at 500 or 400, because we're way ahead of everybody, i don't think you can say that we don't get it automatically. i think you would have riots. if you disenfranchise those people and say, i'm sorry, but you're 100 votes short, even though the next one is 500 votes short, i think you would have problems like you've never seen before.
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i think bad things would happen, i really do. i believe that. i wouldn't lead it but i think bad things would happen. >> joining us with reaction, former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. when did republican voters ever give a rip about what "the washington post" thinks any way? was that designed to get to weak republican rhinos, is that who the message was for? >> i assume the editorial board was communicating to the washington establishment. but i think it's ironic. do they want to save democracy from secretary clinton who sent out over 2,000 e-mails that are violations of national security secrets? do they want to save us from secretary clinton whose husband had $2 billion pouring through the clinton foundation, was involved with conflicts of interest? it's a very one-sided liberal view that will have no impact on
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the republican party but may reassure some of the establishment members in washington that being piously opposed to trump is the true religion. i think most americans will ignore it and will continue down the road of real change. >> and then you have john boehner. he said anybody can be nominated on the convention floor. he wants paul ryan. he called ted cruz lucifer. so a lot of the establishment -- [ laughter ] i'm glad it amuses you. >> it was a bad day. >> a bad day for who? john? >> yeah, that's when he called ted cruz lucifer. it was a bad day. >> a bad day for him. but there's more than that. you have these meetings we keep reading about. there was a meeting in washington today. our mutual friend eric erickson was among those there. we hearn from ben fast, the senator. he won't vote for trump. and then let me play this for you. you have curly hagelin from north dakota, that says we
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choose the nominee, not the people. >> the rule says specifically that it's a vote of the delegates at the convention to determine, not a primary vote. it's the delegate's votes. the media has created a perception, and that's the deception here. >> how do you think the average person feels hearing that from an establishment type? >> that takes you back before 1912. i mean, that attitude is hopeless and doesn't reflect anybody. but let me say for a second about the eric erickson kind of approach. if you want to help elect hillary clinton, then help elect hillary clinton and a radical supreme court. but don't give us any pious baloney that you're going to be
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for some virtuous middle way. there is no virtuous middle way here. you're either for the republican nominee, whether trump or cruz, or for the election of hillary clinton. there's no middle ground here. functionally, anybody who doesn't vote for the republican nominee, is helping elect hillary clinton and establishing a radical supreme court. >> i totally agree with that analysis. i think you said it very measured. there are only two people left that have a path to the nomination, and right now, my delegate count is trump is anywhere between 673 where bloomberg has it and 690. ted cruz between 411 and 420. so it's a much harder path for senator cruz. but mathematically he's in this. but i sense that a lot of these people don't like either trump or cruz. and isn't the reason that john kasich is staying in and mitt romney is supporting kasich in ohio and rubio in florida with robocalls is because they want this brokered convention, hoping that they'll get to the fifth
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round of voting and they'll have a consensus candidate that they can put on the people in spite of their voting? >> sean, you have to have some sympathy here. they deeply dislike -- [ laughter ] >> go ahead, go ahead. >> this is like a sitcom. they deeply dislike cruz, and they're deeply afraid of trump. and so they're sitting around, none of these establishment types back a year ago, if you said to them, we're going to get down to ted cruz versus donald trump, they would have said you've lost your mind. now they're losing their minds because the objective reality is, you're either going to get senator cruz, who i think has run a very intelligent campaign in a setting where he's up against a huge phenomena, or you're going to get the phenomena himself, donald trump. kasich, in a sense, is in a race to be vice president. but he's not going to become the nominee. as much as i love john, he's not
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going to be the nominee. one of these two guys, either donald or ted, is going to be the nominee. and the washington establishment of the republican party is just in complete denial. >> i said that the other night. i say the one big story that came out of tuesday night, mathematically it's over, and the establishment lost. and i would argue that both insurgent candidates coming from very different points of view. let me ask this, because opposition, we know the -- i love your smile, okay. it's not a setup question. >> i'm curious what you're going to ask. >> you have two wings that are attacking trump. you have the establishment wing that hates him. you've got the ted cruz wing that doesn't like him. i'm saying never hillary, that's my point of view. so is it that some conservatives, because i interviewed them a lot. he said he will eliminate obamacare, health care savings accounts, he said that he would build a wall, and i get the
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sense he's serious, he's going to put the wall up. and even likes the penny plan and will give education back to the states, all conservative positions and he said he would support supreme court nominees like scalia and thomas. why do people, even though he says this, there is done suspicion. why is that? is it earned because it was a new york businessman? >> first of all, because he's donald trump. i mean, this is a guy who has been a wild man, who dominated the society pages, who has had a life clearly outside of politics, who said a lot of things as a standard new york business guy getting along in one of the most hliberal cities in the world and now he's showing up as the great conservative champion. so if you're a true blue conservative and you want somebody who is thoughtful and who has read all the major conservative books, donald trump
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just unnerves you. you keep thinking to yourself, this would be like taking some of these intellectuals into a blue collar bar and having them try to watch a hockey game. this is really different for them, and it's going to take them a while to get used to it. but i have a lot of respect for somebody who says boy, if you want a principled conservative, ted cruz clearly gets it all. and he does. cruz is as intellectually solid a conservative as you're going to find in america. trump is really an anti-left, anti-political correctness, anti-stupidity american nationalist. he's a new -- trumpism is a new evolution from where we've been. i think it will be more destructive to the left than anything we've seen to conservatism since ronald reagan, but i think it's a unique blend of things. >> the next question is, to add to his list of what he
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tells me in interviews, after he says it 15 times, he says he's pro-life, pro-second amendment. he has a right to carry in new york city, very hard to get. so some people may doubt him for the reasons you discuss. do you believe him? do you think he would govern in the outline of what he's promising? >> yeah, look. i think donald trump is a man who had achieved everything he dreamed of. he was nationally famous. he had the miss universe contest. he had a number one tv show. he's worth billions of dollars. plus or minus, you can argue between $4 billion and $10 million. terrific family, great kids. and he looks around and says one day, what can i do now? because i don't really need more money. he thought, the country is a total mess. i think there's an opportunity for leadership. i'm going to dive in and try to lead. i think he's got a tremendous amount to learn, because this is
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a very different business than just being rich. but i think he's been learning pretty rapidly, and i think he's essentially going to dismember the bureaucratic, unionized structure of power that is crippling america. i think that will be good, just as i say ted cruz is an absolutely sincere opponent of the old order that has been crippling america. >> next question, would that reagan coalition cruz is trying to put together be put back together or has the country moved on? >> i think there's a variation on the reagan coalition. remember, reagan did very well with latinos and with young people. you've got to put together your own circumstance in your own time. my only point would be, any president ends up in situations they don't dream of, doing things they didn't think they
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would do. do i think that donald trump in some way also be frustrating and disappointing? sure. do i think ted cruz would be frustrating and disappointing in some ways? sure. do i think either one of them would be better than hillary clinton? absolutely, no question at all. the gap where hillary will take us in corruption, in big government destructiveness, and in radical values, and where either cruz or trump would take us is so big that no reasonable person can doubt that whatever you think about trump's sincerity, he will be much better than hillary clinton. >> extraordinarily well said. there's a lot of anger and emotion flying out there and all you need to do is look at social media. at the end of the day, if people don't unite, hillary has a path to the white house, which wouldn't be good for the country. i have a very important question for you, when we get back, we'll
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continue with newt gingrich after the break. and he'll react to a new report that powerful liberals and left wing groups are planning to take down not only trump but make this a long, hot spring and summer. and later tonight -- >> by the way, if donald continues getting delegates at the same rate he has so far, he won't get to 1237. >> so are republicans headed to a contested convention? we'll check in with laura and monica. they'll have reaction. and watch this -- >> [ bleep ]. i'm not here for your compassion and understanding. >> two filmmakers infiltrate the radical agitators from last week's chicago protest, including an interview with bill ayers, obama's unrepenttant terrorist friend, straight ahead tonight. you both have a perfect driving record.
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with pens and paper. it's not just security. it's defense. bae systems. live from america's news headquarte headquarters, i'm jackie ibanez. north korea fired a medium range ballistic missile into the sea. the fbi now says a california college student, you see him right there, who went on a stabbing spre last fall, was inspired by isis. he's accused of attacking four fellow students at the university of mersed. vermont senator and presidential hopeful bernie sanders conceding defeat to hillary clinton in tuesday's missouri's democratic primary.
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sanders says he doesn't want to fight a close race because it was cost taxpayers to much money. i'm jackie ibanez. now back to "hannity." >> i'm not here for compassion and understanding. [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> is that hateful, though? people have signs of no hate. >> we don't hate. >> a lot of left wing disrupters causing chaos last week in chicago, outside a venue where donald trump was supposed to hold a rally. two filmmakers who shot that video will expose who those people are. according to politico, political groups are coming together to plan an all-out assault against donald trump. we continue with former speaker of the house, fox news contributor newt gingrich. this is well funded.
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it's, black lives matter. it's going to be, in protester's own words, a very ugly spring and summer. how should republicans handle that? >> they should talk with governor scott walker who lived through this in madison. if you're in the hard left and you lose an election, you assume the election is illegitimate. if the american people don't understand you, you assume it's the american people's fault. you reserve the right to drive conservatives off of college campuses, which is why even somebody like condi rice for example, was driven off of a college campus. where dr. ben carson was blocked from speaking. it's inconceivable, yet the media ignores the fact that you have a fascist liberalism, which is prepared to go totally outside the law to impose its values, to block any kind of
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debate. if donald trump is serious or ted cruz is serious, and i think they both are. they're going to represent the kind of changes which are going to drive the left crazy. and the left will express its craziness by breaking the law. all we have to do is say again and again we want the law enforced, we are very much for the right of people to dissent. we're very much for the right of people to demonstrate. we are opposed to disruption and opposed to imposing their will on fellow citizens. we have to say maybe a lot of these people ought to spend their summer in jail and maybe though won't bother anybody. if people start being disruptive, they need to be arrested an prosecuted and serve some time. >> it doesn't help when somebody charges a presidential candidate and only charged with a
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demeanor. we're down to two candidates on the republican side. is it better they join forces or would it be better to lay out an agenda? would that be a wise thing to do? why are you laughing? >> a lot of people in washington listen to you. >> the establishment doesn't like me in washington. john boehner didn't like me. >> look, first of all, it's very appropriate for ted cruz to keep campaigning. i think it's good for trump to have to deal with cruz and keep learning. he's only been a candidate since june 16. so the more practice trump can have the better off he'll be against hillary, assuming hillary isn't indicted. if hillary is indeeded, i
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predict they'll draft elizabeth warren. in that setting, this is a totally legitimate campaign fight. i do think it's healthy for the country for them to lay out a more positive campaign. i think it would be good for both of them to indicate their positive program for america and focus on the positive. at the same time, when we get to a point where it's obvious who the nominee is going to be, that nominee needs a bold agenda, and there speaker paul ryan is doing yomen's work because he has entire teams of republicans, all of them working on a bold agenda. >> they told me this back in january and i've seen nothing left. >> i've been in the house talking to folks and there's a lot going on and by may, you're going to see lot. you're going to have a lot of
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good stuff before cleveland and the convention. i think once we get through this nominating process, we need to turn to the general election. and we need to turn frankly to shock everybody by including all americans. i believe that the republican nominee this year can offer a better future for all americans in every neighborhood in every ethnic back ground, by offering them science and technology and entrepreneurship to replace the unionized bureaucratic disasters that hillary clinton is owned by. >> you are on top of your game, as usual. mr. speaker, thank you for being with us. >> good to be with you. coming up next -- >> by the way, if donald continues getting delegates at the same rate he has so far, he won't get to 1237. >> so could republicans be headed for a contested convention? we'll check in with laura ingram and monica crowley. they'll react. also coming up -- >> you do not have permission to walk around videotaping women of color.
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there are only two candidates with a plausible path to getting to 1237. if donald continues getting delegates at the same rate he has so far, he won't get to 1237. >> in my opinion, i've been saying this for a while, it's a two-man race and i think a contested convention would be a disaster for the republican party. here with reaction, fox news contributor laura ingram and monica crowley. laura, i don't see any good out
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of a contested convention that choreally the establishment wants, knowing they hate both cruz and trump. >> it's going to be a disaster. people might as well start putting hillary for president signs in their yards. if trump keeps winning at this rate, and continues to win big contests as he has, he'll have the most delegates. and by a decent margin at the convention. at some point, if that keeps happening, cruz has got to make a decision. does he want to be left on the sidelines and leave all the conservative ideas, the great ideas he has on the sidelines and any type of negotiation that's probably going on right now with donald trump and the establishment? i would rather have cruz and trump together and have the establishment more on the sidelines frankly, than to have the establishment with trump and all the cruz people stamping their feet saying oh, no, we won't go. i just think that's impractical.
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>> is that plausible, laura? because i've interviewed both, they're really throwing bombs at each other, it seems intense. it wouldn't be unprecedented for them to join forces at some point. >> sean, remember when you were on the cover of "newsweek" magazine and i was on and rush, and it was thunder against john mccain. but in the end, we supported mccain. we didn't want him to be the nominee and it was obvious. but in the end, we supported him. we supported romney. none of these guys are perfect. no one is the ideal candidate. at some point, the perfect is the enemy of the good. >> there's no perfect candidate. good thing you were on there, because you all made us look better. monica crowley, weigh in on this, what are your thoughts? >> well, look, donald trump is obviously the front-runner, but we still have a race in progress, and senator ted cruz
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continues to give him a real run for his money here. cruz is the only one, i grow with you, sean, this is a tw two-man race. cruz continues to make the argument that he's the only consistent constitutional conservative in this race, where donald trump is a populist. so i think the distinctions, there's a case to be made that the distinctions continue -- should be continued to be made by senator cruz. but i agree with laura's overall point that at some point we're going to have to come together as a party or the whole thing will be lost. in 2008 on the democratic side, you had hillary hanging in literally until the last minute.
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it was like may or june until she conceded to barack obama. so it's not necessarily a bad thing that this race continues to go on as it is. i think it's very healthy for the party. i think it at some point we're going to all have to come together and get behind whoever ends up being the nominee. >> let me ask you both. laura, i'll start with you. you know there have been these islands in georgia, meg whitman out in california. >> all secretive. >> all with millions and billionaires. eric erickson, a friend of mine, ben sass is another one. what do you make of those people -- there's a big deal that people said they would support the nominee, but what of conservatives who say they're going to back out? >> unless ted cruz starts beating trump in a way that trump has been beating cruz, i think -- and that could happen. it could be that cruz has more delegates at the end. maybe this whole thing shifts.
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i don't know what's going to happen. but at some point, and i think it's got to be some point somewhat soon, people have to grow up. i liked rick santorum in 2012. i like his ideas. in the end, he didn't have enough delegates. i wasn't going to not support romney. that just makes no stuff. it's like parlor games that make people feel better. >> but many conservatives do not believe what trump says. trump on conservative justices, et cetera. why don't they believe him? they just think that past as a businessman is too risky to overcome? >> i don't know if it's they don't know anybody in the campaign or they find him vulgar. people have a right not to like donald trump.
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that's fine. but again, at some point, these guys have to have a come to jesus moment. otherwise, our friend eric erickson should start writing op-eds why hillary would make a better president than donald trump. at some point you have to believe that. >> monica? >> i just want to say the problem that a lot of conservatives have, and a lot of us do share some concerns here about donald trump, is that he is a first-time politician and he is running essentially as a populist. so he is something of an unknown quantity. so poem are just not so sure of him and they worry he's something of a black hole that could turn out to be a liberal. i think trump's challenge is to reassure conservatives that he actually means what he says here. and that he will govern as a conservative as president. >> i can only ask him the same questions so many times and he keeps giving the same answers, but regardless of what he says, some people refuse to listen or believe it. guys, good to see you both.
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appreciate it. coming up next tonight here on "hannity" -- >> it's really important for the party to play it straight, to not play games, to be transparent. >> i spoke with reince priebus about the possibility of a contested convention. rudy giuliani will join us with reaction. >> trump remind you of hitler? [ inaudible ] >> two filmmakers in chicago. they infiltrated the protests, outside the venue where donald trump was supposed to have a rally. they are here with exclusive video including their interview with bill ayers. i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn
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going to be the rules, and when the time comes that we know whether we're going to have an open convention or not, that everyone understands moving forward that the preparations are being made, everyone is included in those conversations, and when you get to cleveland, if that were to happen, you want people to at least say when they walk away, okay, they played it straight. that's what's really important in this process. >> that was rnc chairman reince priebus on the show last night talking about the possibility of a contested convention come july. i think it would be a disaster. what does former new york city mayor rudy giuliani think? good to see you. >> how are you, sean? >> i think any effort, like for example, i love john kasich. he's a friend and colleague. he did a great job in d.c. and governor, but he has no path to the nomination. >> correct. >> he's staying in, i don't know why. it seems like a lot of people are hoping they can rip this away from trump or cruz if cruz catches up. >> that means they're going to
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rip it away from the republican party, because reince priebus, me, you, nobody constitutes the republican party. it's the people, the voters. right now if you judge by what the people are saying, they want donald trump. he's won most of the primaries. he's won in the south against cruz, which you would have thought would have been impossible. his message is resonating. you may not agree with all of it, but ronald reagan, my 80% friend if not my 20% enemy. and when we look at what we have on the other side, hillary clinton, gosh, it would be hard to put this country back together again. so i think if we go into this convention without trump reaching the magic majority number -- >> 1237. >> but being substantially ahead as he is now, you've got to go with the guy that's gotten the most votes. you just have to. and in fact, when we've had open
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conventions in the past, like ford came into the convention against reagan with more votes -- >> more delegates. >> but not a majority. we gave it to ford. maybe we should have given it to reagan. but we didn't. we gave it to ford. that's generally the rule. eisenhower went into the '52 convention a little bit short of the majority. taft right behind him. and earl lawrence, which switched california to eisen haur, which got the election. steven, johnson, tried to knock kennedy off, but they couldn't, and they gave it to the guy with the most votes. if you don't give it to the guy with the most votes, you basically are turning your back
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on the grassroots of the republican party. >> they're disenfranchising all of those people that showed up. my answer is this, for me personally, whoever has the most votes and delegates, and i've been fair to all the candidates -- >> you absolutely have. >> i'm going with the person with the most votes and delegates because that's who the people decided. >> having been through it myself and analyzed it for years, i think donald trump over ted cruz has a better chance of winning the general election. >> why do you think that? >> from the democratic point of view, they faced cruz before. they know what to look for. it's like throwing a straight fastball that doesn't move very much. donald trump is a mariana rivera -- >> knuckle, curve, slider. >> that drops at the very end. you don't know where it's going to go or what he's going to do. i have to believe, no matter what their rhetoric is, they are frightened as heck running against donald trump.
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because they don't know how to -- they don't know how to playbook him. >> you've known him for years. if he does win, what kind of president would he be? >> donald trump, when you sit with him in person as you have, is a reflective, gentlemanly, decent, smart -- >> good father. >> as newt gingrich pointed out, does he have a lot to learn? absolutely. does he know that? absolutely. he'll make rational, intelligent decisions. the same kind of decisions that he made that got him to do the rink in eight months when it took ed koch eight years or the ferry point golf course that he done in a year that took 13 years in litigation to get it done. the guy is a practical guy. >> could he win new york? >> there's a chance he could win new york. he has an outreach to that
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independent, democratic voter that voted for ronald reagan, who hasn't voted on our side since then. >> so new york, new jersey, pennsylvania? >> i think all in play. pennsylvania especially. pennsylvania i think big time. pennsylvania is a big second amendment state. people don't realize that. that whole central part of the state -- >> bitter people clinging to their religion and guns, remember? >> i think his appeal to pennsylvania is very, very strong. very similar to michigan, very similar to places like that. i see him in the midwest is very strong. the ticket, you don't know that until -- >> top of your head, who would you like, put you on the spot. >> kasich. i like florida and ohio in the bag. trump puts florida in the bag, kasich puts ohio in the bag. after that, the electoral math
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gets tough for the democrats, particularly if they fight battles in pennsylvania and hillary's new york. >> she's a flawed candidate. she might be indicted. maybe you'll be the next attorney general. you can prosecute the case. coming up next tonight right here -- >> trump has galvanized a feeling that there's something loose in the land and that something is dangerous and it's absolutely anti-american, and it has to be approached. >> remember that guy, domestic terrorist, friend of obama bill ayers. those agitators were out in full force in chicago last weekend. the two film makers that infiltrated that group and filmed what you just saw. more straight ahead. get complete protection with the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection.
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>> [ bleep ] donald trump. [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> is that hateful, though? people are trying to say no hate. >> we don't hate. >> right? i say no. you do not have permission to walk around videotaping women of color. aren't aware that you're surrounded by your privilege? >> trump, yes. go bernie sanders. >> trump has galvanized a feeling there is something good for the land. that is something that is dangerous. and it's anti-american. >> he's in there organizing, a fascist mob ready to fight. they're hungry. we've got to deal with that. >> are you with rebs? >> yes. >> it's the voice of the
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revolutionary comment for the usa. >> does it remind you of hitler? >> like the concentration camps not to that extent, but pushing us out. >> the way he wants power. >> who do you support? >> bernie. >> who do you support? >> bernie sanders. >> i am supporting hillary clinton. >> joining us now, those two film maker rz from the rebel pundit, guys, good to see you. they look like angry leftists. there is the unrepentant domestic terrorist, bill ayers there. what did you gather listening to them when you're there? >> oh, i think the premier message is one of hate, and intimidation. this was a premeditated act of harassment and intimidation to shut down the trump event.
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but wrapped in a message of stopping the hate. when you take a look at our video, and after this program, if you go to the, you can see it's the opposite of the message. they're preaching a message of absolute hatred. it's clear with everything that we captured there. >> and jeremy, so you have obama's radical friend, you have black lives matter. you have move and these groups. what they want to do is silence conservative voices and take away the opportunity of people that want to hear from a presidential candidate. what you are your other observations? >> well, this event is where people need to realize is this is not a spontaneous uprising against donald trump. anyone that thinks it is, or a result of anything he said or something that happened at one of his campaign events is misunderstanding the institutional left and what this
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country is up against, now. >> so you interviewed ayers for six minutes. what did you take away from the member of the weather underground? this guy should be in jail for the rest of his life. a group that bombed the pentagon, the capitol, new york city headquarters and quoted on september 11th, i wish i did more. we didn't do enough. what do you make of him? >> i think he's every bit as radical and unrepentant as he's ever been. the way this protest turned out is not an accident. you know? he is an absolute radical. and he is looking to, he, and others, are looking to crash this system. it's scary what we've come to. because now, because of their actions, the left, at least in chicago and i believe it's going to be nationwide, soon enough,
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interviewing texas senator ted cruz. tuesday, the winner take all state of arizona. and that is tomorrow night at 10:00, hope you'll join us, thanks for being with us. we'll see you back here, tomorrow. facebook. see you tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. eastern. good night. >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight. >> she has gone way past that to overt language and i think, therefore, we have to use overt language and call him the racist he is. >> the far left continuing to brand donald trump a racist. and if you don't go along with that description, you might be one, too. we have a specialwjtq(ort. >> for the longest time the republican party has told us that they can't win with just republican votes. guess who is doing it? donald trump is doing it. >> talk radio divided over donald trump's dan casey. we will take a hard look at that situation. >> you don't trust hillary? >> not as a president. >> i don't think the fbi trusts her either.


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